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Gina Collia-Suzuki's Books

The Delightful Undoing of Patricia Enid Guppy
Jun.02.2010
Patricia Enid Guppy is in a pickle. With the aid of her husband, Benjamin, she has lied, swindled and blackmailed her way into positions of power and influence, ruining reputations and lives along the way whilst maintaining an outward show of respectability, for most of her eighty years of life. But when Benjamin is silly enough to go and get himself killed, Pat is left to fend for...
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Mar.18.2010
Benjamin Arnold Guppy loved turnips. He loved eating them, but most of all he loved throwing them. He also loved money and pain...extorting a lot of the former and causing an equal amount of the latter. A foul, sour-faced old swindler with a penchant for clucking like a chicken and more than a passing interest in the local postman, he was determined to get his hands on his...
The Complete Woodblock Prints of Kitagawa Utamaro - A Descriptive Catalogue
Nov.05.2009
Kitagawa Utamaro was the leading light of the popular Ukiyo-e school of woodblock print designers during its golden age, famous throughout Japan within his own lifetime, an immeasurable influence upon nineteenth century French artists, such as Vincent Van Gogh, Édouard Manet and Claude Monet, and is a continuing source of inspiration and admiration throughout the world today for...
The Wonderful Demise of Benjamin Arnold Guppy
Dec.05.2008
Benjamin Arnold Guppy loved turnips. He loved eating them, but most of all he loved throwing them. He also loved money and pain... extorting a lot of the former and causing an equal amount of the latter. A foul, sour-faced old swindler with a penchant for clucking like a chicken and more than a passing interest in the local postman, he was determined to get his hands on his...
Utamaro Revealed
Sep.30.2008
Kitagawa Utamaro is one of the most well-known and admired figures in the history of Japanese art, renowned throughout the world for his portraits of beautiful women. Unrivalled at the height of his career, he is recognised as having been the leading light of the Ukiyo-e School during its golden age, and his influence upon the work of Western artists has been beyond measure. He...